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Evidence Is Lacking, But Is Research Too?

Are Traditional Clinical Research Models Flawed? Home health devices are increasing in popularity and seem to hold some obvious benefits, but a recent study reported in the International Journal of M

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NHS Fellows Spark Innovation

Jolly Good Fellows Innovation is rampant among NHS organizations—many which were recognized recently at the UK eHealth week conference. The NHS is focused on boosting self-care, reducing errors and

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Digital Transformation Impacts Reach Beyond Asia-Pacific

Asia Seizing the Health Tech Limelight Asia Pacific's healthcare future—and perhaps the future of healthcare worldwide—is being impacted by technology in the form of robots, virtual drones, smart

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Out With Inpatient Care

Who Needs Hospitals? As more patients are treated via outpatient care clinics and new technology is emerging to impact healthcare delivery, hospitals are beginning to wonder if they're maintaining to

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Options For AI Increasing, Space In Market Dwindling

An Increasingly Crowded Playing Field IBM’s Watson was an early entrant to the cognitive computing landscape, but the landscape is getting more cluttered. The vast potential impacts of technologica

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Accessing Creative Thoughts Of Industry Outsiders

Beyond Birds of a Feather Sometimes the best ideas come from those outside of the industry; at least that's what one healthcare pioneer believes. Should you be casting a broader net when seeking inno

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Patients Assuming An Active Role

A Seismic Shift in Patient Care No one can say with certainty what role patients and providers will play in healthcare delivery in the future. But, there is one certainty: the relationship will chang

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Systems That Simplify: Managing Patient Data

A Closer Look at Interoperability It’s interoperability on a small scale, but it may be instructive. The Medical University of South Carolina Health (MUSC) has four hospitals in Charleston, but mor

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Building Staff To Match Tech

Time and Talent Required to Realize Full Benefit of Technology The global healthcare market is a multi-billion-dollar industry, and growing, with much of this investment going into technology to driv

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